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Seven athletes to represent U.S. at JGP France

U.S. junior champion Glenn to make season debut in Courchevel
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A season of high expectations for Amber Glenn begins this week in Courchevel, France. -Jay Adeff

The 2014 Junior Grand Prix (JGP) Series kicks off Aug. 20-23 in Courchevel, France. The event, being held at Forum 73120 Courchevel 1750, begins Wednesday with the ladies and men's short programs.

Seven athletes will represent the United States at the event in ladies, men's and ice dance. Icenetwork will provide recaps, photos and blogs.


Amber Glenn, the 2014 U.S. junior champion, will compete in her second career JGP event. She was third a year ago in the Czech Republic.


Both Paolo Borromeo and Chase Belmontes will make their JGP debuts in France. Borromeo is the reigning U.S. novice titlist. Belmontes was fourth as a junior at the 2014 U.S. Championships and fourth in his international debut, Challenge Cup, last spring.

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Chloe Rose Lewis and Logan Bye, the 2013 U.S. novice champions, will compete on the JGP circuit for the second season. Emily Day and Kevin Leahy begin their third season together; this will be their first international appearance. They placed 10th as juniors at the 2014 U.S. Championships.